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s106 Pressing Forward

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Release Date: 05/26/2020

s125: Traditions and Habits show art s125: Traditions and Habits

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We all have routines and traditions. It may be something as simple as brushing our teeth in the morning. Even this simple task is a tradition, a habit. In Mark 7, Jesus is questioned about traditions. Some of the Pharisees and scribes ask Jesus a question. His disciples are eating with unwashed hands, and this raises questions for some.

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s123: Reasons To Be Thankful show art s123: Reasons To Be Thankful

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In today's episode, I am joined by my wife Bren. We spend a few minutes talking about some reasons we are thankful. Our hope and prayer is that this conversation will be a blessing to you and encourage you to consider the reasons you have to be thankful.

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s122: The Urgency of the Gospel show art s122: The Urgency of the Gospel

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Mark’s gospel is an urgent gospel. Mark has a message to share about the Messiah. In chapter 6, Jesus shares this sense of urgency concerning the message of the kingdom. However, not everyone is willing to listen.

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s121: Who Is Jesus? show art s121: Who Is Jesus?

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In the gospel of Mark, Mark records several miracles of Jesus. Jesus heals a demon-possessed man, a woman suffering from bleeding and raising Jairus' daughter from the dead. These miracles demonstrate Jesus to be the Son of God. They also demonstrate Jesus' power and authority over nature, sickness, disease, and death.

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s120: Hear show art s120: Hear

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Today, we continue with our thoughts from the Gospel of Mark. In Mark 4, Jesus begins teaching in parables. Why is He speaking in parables and what can we learn from His teaching? 

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s119: Connecting With The Story of God show art s119: Connecting With The Story of God

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Romans 15: 4 (NKJV) "For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the patience and comfort of the Scriptures might have hope."

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s118: Why I Follow Jesus show art s118: Why I Follow Jesus

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Why do I follow Jesus? This seems like a relatively simple and straight forward question. For most Christians, this question would be seemingly easy to answer. However, this one question has been on my mind for several weeks now. It's a question I have thought about over and over in my mind.

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s117: The Harvest show art s117: The Harvest

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In (Matthew 9) Jesus calls Matthew from his vocation of tax collection and says to him, "follow me" (ref. Matt. 9:9). What is it that Jesus desires for Matthew to see? What is it that He desires for Matthew and others to learn?

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s116: New Life show art s116: New Life

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In Romans 5, Paul discusses some of the blessings we have in Christ. Join our conversation today as we discuss the new life we have in Jesus.

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s115: One Family show art s115: One Family

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God's covenant with Israel was to be a light to the nations, to open blind eyes, and to bring from captivity prisoners. Israel, as God desired, was to be a blessing to all nations. I believe, Paul, in (Romans 3), wants us to see how God is fulfilling this promise through Jesus the Messiah, the promise of blessing.

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Philippians 3: 12-16

Continuing our studies from Philippians, Paul says one thing he does, "forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead..." How does this relate to living worthy of the gospel of Christ?

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